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Taha'a is quiet, small and largely unspoilt - our favourite of the five Society islands that we visited. Tour was relaxed, thorough and informative. Vanilla plantation was particularly interesting; not so much the pearl farm as there are so many of these in French Polynesia...More
Quite comprehensive. Visited and enjoyed the information at the Motu Pearl Farm(separate write up), amazed by the detailed cultivation and laborious processing of vanilla beans at Vallee de la Vanille plantation. Stopped at the restoration of a family Marae, started in 2008/2009; about 25-30 family/extended...More
After anchoring directly next to La Perla de Tahaa we sailed north to visit the spectacular chain of Motus just north of Taha. With Taha being the only Society Island on can circumnavigate by boat inside the reef this was almost a must do. These...More
This is one of the most enjoyable tours with a wonderful local guide. I would recommend anyone visiting this island to try this tour as you will get a true insight into the way of life on this island. So glad we did - Highly...More
Taha’a is sometimes called the vanilla island. They told us that over ¾ of French Polynesia’s vanilla is produced from this island. This takes nothing away from the Tahitian pearls that are also plentiful. On this tour, we started by seeing coconut plantations, copra sheds...More
We did a 4WD Crater Excursion one afternoon. I do not know if this was the company we drove with. I hope so, because the ladies were terrific! Cathy and her sister pick you up in their 4 WD vehicles. They were wonderful guides and...More